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The regeneration will deliver an attractive new neighbourhood that provides better opportunities for all, where people are proud to work, live and visit.
We want to improve the connections between the neighbourhood and wider communities, Clapham Junction station and the river Thames. This will provide inclusive and accessible routes for pedestrians and cyclists, ensuring clear linkages between the different destinations
Better connections between the River Thames, Clapham Junction and housing that surrounds the park will create a safer, attractive and more inclusive neighbourhood
At the centre of our masterplan is the newly designed park which will become a unique space protected from York Road, available for residents of the new and existing surrounding neighbourhoods.
A new street network will also improve access to the park and create a healthy and green environment for movement through the area.
Central to the improved neighbourhood is a new community building providing combined leisure, library, community and children’s centres. This hub of community space is positioned to optimise the views of and the buildings relationship with the park.
Also on the park side, is a re-provided improved health centre and a new workspace building, ensuring the delivery of the regeneration objectives of improving the life chances and aspirations of Wandsworth residents.
With a variety of amenities, green spaces nearby, York Gardens is situated in the heart of the local community. With Clapham Junction station just moments away from your front door, both your commute and weekend trips will be easy.
The Winstanley and York Road Regeneration LLP are proud to present this regeneration scheme for the Winstanley and York Road estates. Providing more social and affordable housing and a new park with greater accessibility for all residents is at the heart of the scheme. The major improvements do not stop there, new community and commercial facilities will also be provided as well as job, education and training opportunities.
Residents can look forward to living in brand new, modern and energy efficient homes in an area which is safe and welcoming.
Our concept for the new combined Leisure, Community, Library and Children’s Centre is of a fully integrated facility; a vibrant, welcoming and inclusive building which is embedded within the local community.
The Community Hub will be accessible from the park and will become an attractive destination for Wandsworth residents providing the estate with a sustainable community asset.
The key ideas for the leisure centre can be found below
The leisure centre is located at the south western boundary of the estate at the junction of York Road and Plough Road. This significant community focal point contains a leisure centre incorporating, two pools and a splash pad, an 8 court sports hall, a gym and studios, a new library, community halls, a children’s centre and nursery.
Key ideas for the Leisure Centre include
The design of the park celebrates the history of the area whilst integrating more green and open space into the design.
At the centre of the new scheme will be the redesigned York Gardens which will be linked to the wider neighbourhood by green streets and spaces. The new park has been designed to be used by all ages and includes formal playgrounds and playareas, an outdoor gym, open spaces for sports and courtyard areas for other public activities.
The new York Gardens will promote a healthy, attractive and safe environment, with opportunities for fitness, play and relaxation, whatever your age
The public open spaces are designed with safety and security as a priority. The development has been planned for York Gardens to be overlooked by residents on all sides, and lighting will illuminate the area at night reducing the risk of anti-social behaviour. A clear lighting strategy will illuminate public and green spaces at night, limiting the amount of dark areas potentially used for anti-social behaviour.
The design responds to key desire lines, with links through the park that ensure residents maximise their interaction with nature and the health benefits that it can bring. Inspired by the Falcon Brook, the large swales and rain gardens running through York Gardens are a sustainable solution to water treatment while offering educational opportunities.
In addition, York Gardens blends a mix of new tree planting with existing trees to create a park setting with maturity, supported by planting to add year-round interest.
We are committed to providing all social tenants and resident leaseholders with homes in the new neighbourhood should they wish to stay, to ensure all those that want too, are able to benefit from the regeneration of their estate.
The redevelopment will provide 530 social rented units and 86 shared equity units for the existing resident leaseholders and will build this number even if residents have moved from their homes during the development process.
Once all the residents who wish to be rehoused in the scheme have been, any surplus homes will be returned to the council to be allocated to residents to whom the council owes a duty to rehouse. We are also providing new homes for sale as well as additional affordable homes in various guises including affordable rent and shared ownership.
The development has committed to develop a brand new Council owned leisure and community facility which will benefit both residents of the immediate estate but also from the rest of the borough. The affordable housing and community facilities meet Wandsworth Council’s highest standards and fully address the requirements in the design brief which is informed by the Mayors Design guide and Sport England’s best practice guides for leisure centres.Disclaimer
We have created an automatic ranking system for new-build homes in London based on several critical features around the development, like schools, parks, and transport infrastructure.
We have developed this new analytical tool to calculate the scores based on the location data. Note that AutoScore values are not set by us or anyone else – everything happens automatically.
The first buildings provided as part of the regeneration are now nearing completion
A new Council owned block for existing estate secure council tenants and resident homeowners from Scholey House, Kiloh Court and Jackson House. There are 46 flats in the building (25 one bed units, 21 two bed units).
There are 6 wheelchair units and 4 other units converted to level access showers.
All units have been designed with long term adaptability in mind including level access shower trays fitted beneath baths to permit easier conversion.
A new Battersea Baptist Church and a new Thames Christian College school replacing the existing buildings for both on Pennethorne Square. The building is scheduled for completion late next year.
93 new private for sale flats in a 20 storey tower.
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